Helpers

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News and events

News and events concerning Helpers

The first free Helpers introductory seminar was held on Friday 9 December 2005 at Senate House Library, University of London. Twelve guests, ranging from archive professionals to local and family history end users, received presentations on making the best use of the Helpers web interface and on some of the collections featured, which were followed by some lively discussions, as well as an introduction to and tour of the Senate House Library Special Collections reading room. The second and third seminars took place in February and March.

Further Helpers seminars

Another seminar is planned for 23 June. If you are interested in attending, please contact:

, Senate House Library, University of London, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, Telephone 020 7862 8477, Fax 020 7862 8480

News and events - related interests

Glossary

The Helpers system is developed as part of the Accessing our Archival and Manuscript Heritage project, at Senate House Library, University of London, funded by the Laser Foundation and the EARL Consortium. Please see the project website for further details.